Yiddish at Oxford

Saxon tower, OxfordAt graduate level, it is possible to read for an M.St. in Yiddish Studies. The programme provides a one-year course in the fields of Yiddish literary and linguistic study. Candidates take three paper options, ranging from Old and Modern Yiddish Literature to Yiddish Sociolinguistics, and write a dissertation of no more than 10,000 words on a subject proposed by the candidate in consultation with the supervisor and approved by the Board of the Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages.

For further information about the M.St. in Yiddish Studies, please contact Dr Kerstin Hoge.

Yiddish also forms part of the programme of study for the M.St. in Jewish Studies and of the M.St. in Modern Jewish Studies, both under the auspices of the Faculty of Oriental Studies.